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Murphy, George

George Murphy

George Murphy has been active for many years in helping churches see the relevance of science for faith and to deal with religious issues raised by science and technology. With a Ph.D. in theoretical physics from Johns Hopkins he was for twelve years engaged in research and college teaching. After graduation from Wartburg Seminary and ordination he served as a parish pastor in Lutheran and Episcopal churches for twenty-five years. Now retired from regular parish ministry, he continues to write and speak on issues of science and theology. His most recent books are Pulpit Science Fiction and Models of Atonement: Speaking about Salvation in a Scientific World.